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Neat Video For Premiere Pro Cc Crack


How to Use Neat Video for Premiere Pro CC




Neat Video is a powerful plug-in that can help you reduce noise and grain in your video clips. Whether you are dealing with low-light, high-ISO, or old footage, Neat Video can make your videos look cleaner and sharper. In this article, we will show you how to use Neat Video for Premiere Pro CC, one of the most popular video editing software.


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Step 1: Install the plug-in




To install the Neat Video plug-in for Premiere Pro CC, you need to download the installer from the [Neat Video website]. Make sure you have started Premiere Pro at least once before installing the plug-in. If you have not done that yet, start Premiere Pro and exit it. Then, run the installer and follow the instructions. If the installer does not automatically find the location of Premiere Pro, please specify it manually. After the installation is complete, you should be able to find Neat Video > Reduce Noise v5 in the Premiere Pros Effect menu.


Step 2: Apply the plug-in to a clip




To apply the Neat Video plug-in to a clip, you need to drag and drop it from the Effect menu to the clip in the Timeline or Effect Controls panel. Alternatively, you can select the clip and double-click on the plug-in in the Effect menu. You should see a blue line above the clip indicating that the effect has been applied.


Step 3: Build a noise profile




To build a noise profile, you need to analyze a sample frame of your clip that contains noise. A noise profile is a set of parameters that describe the characteristics of the noise in your footage. To do this, you need to open the Neat Video window by clicking on the Setup button in the Effect Controls panel. Then, you need to select a frame that has enough visible noise and no details or edges. You can use the Preview Assist mode to help you find such a frame. Next, you need to draw a rectangle around an area that has uniform noise and no details or edges. You can use the Auto Profile button to let Neat Video choose an area for you. Finally, you need to click on the Build button to generate a noise profile.


Step 4: Adjust the noise reduction settings




To adjust the noise reduction settings, you need to switch to the Noise Filter Settings tab in the Neat Video window. Here, you can fine-tune how much noise reduction you want to apply to different frequency components of your footage. You can use the sliders or enter numerical values for each component. You can also use the presets or auto fine-tune buttons to let Neat Video choose optimal settings for you. You can preview the results in the Noise Filter Preview window and compare them with the original footage.


Step 5: Apply additional filters and adjustments




To apply additional filters and adjustments, you need to switch to the Filter Settings tab in the Neat Video window. Here, you can apply various filters such as sharpening, dust and scratches removal, flicker reduction, and more. You can also adjust parameters such as brightness, contrast, saturation, and color temperature. You can preview the results in the Filter Preview window and compare them with the original footage.


Step 6: Save and apply changes




To save and apply changes, you need to click on the Apply button in the Neat Video window. This will close the window and return you to Premiere Pro. You should see your clip with reduced noise and improved quality in the Program Monitor. You can also render your clip or export it as a new file.


Conclusion




Neat Video is a powerful plug-in that can help you reduce noise and grain in your video clips. It works with Premiere Pro CC and other video editing software. It has a user-friendly interface and advanced features that allow you to fine-tune your results. You can download a free demo version from their website and try it yourself.


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